makarov92 asked: What is your opinion/thoughts on using Tomorrow's War/Force on Force for playing 40K?
40k isn’t something I play, or have played since the original book came out so all my experience of it is of watching games from the mid to late 90s. There is certainly no problem using Tomorrow’s war with 40k miniatures but you won’t get a 40k game. You will get an encounter along modern lines so don’t expect much close combat which seems to be the staple of 40k. All those odd Marine chainsaws and power fists will be wasted.
56 page pdf detailing the construction of four different compounds and some extras for use with 28mm miniatures. Includes a full materials and tools list. £1.50
Carentan details the building of the Second World War French town featured in Band of Brothers for wargaming in 28mm. It contains detailed build notes and many full colour photographs of the process. There is also a section explaining the quest to match the known historical facts with the reality of Carentan today including both period and modern photographs and an analysis of the fighting at the time.
104 page pdf available to download for free!
the Farm A 40 page pdf detailing the construction of a 28mm farm with farmhouse, barn, cattle shed and various smaller buildings is available to buy for only £1.50
64 page PDF including rules, card templates and an eight chapter campaign to start you off skirmishing your way across the world of Conan.
52 page pdf available of my Zulu rules. Contains building instructions for Rorke’s Drift too!
Invasion of the Saucer People rules available. 36 pages, full colour, no ads!
New farm buildings
Lots of new scribblings on my DeviantArt page if you’re interested.
Raising money for the James Bond bluray set :)